Oresund

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O·re·sund

or Ø·re·sund  (œ′rə-sŭn′, -so͝ond′)
A narrow strait between southern Sweden and eastern Denmark connecting the Baltic Sea with the Kattegat.
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Øresund

(œːrəˈsʊnd)
n
(Placename) the Danish name for the Sound Swedish name: Öresund
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Ø•re•sund

(Dan. ˈœ rəˌsʊn)

also Ö•re•sund

(Sw. -ˌsʊnd)

n.
a strait between the Danish island of Zealand and SW Sweden, connecting the Kattegat with the Baltic.
English, The Sound.
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